Month: July 2021

I hadn’t thought about this, at all.

On the experience of working with two totally different teams: one novicepractising trunk-based development, the other very experienced being used by GitFlow.

Source: ThinkingLabs:: Thierry de Pauw – On the Evilness of Feature Branching – A Tale of Two Teams

For the longest time I’ve been bashing my head against git cos that’s what everyone uses. I hadn’t realized that not using branches is also a valid development strategy.

Maybe I should just switch to subversion for my personal projects; it seems to align better with how our mind works and as most of them are not software development but rather systems management, having feature branches just isn’t that useful.

Either the system works as expected, or it doesn’t.

Little things

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Little things

Finally remembering how to do this

gardenoffish: calamitouserebus: writing-prompt-s: You’re teleported to 44 BCE Rome in your…

gardenoffish:

calamitouserebus:

writing-prompt-s:

You’re teleported to 44 BCE Rome in your everyday street clothes. You’re brought before Caesar and he believes you might be from the future, hoping to bring him fortune. One day he questions you, asking “How Do I Die?”

“Surrounded by friends”

Ceasers as he’s getting stabbed and remembers:

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